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As a result of the Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc, HUD issued proposed amendments to its interpretations of the Fair Housing Act’s disparate impact standard. The amendments propose a new burden-shifting framework that requires the plaintiff to satisfy five distinct elements.
Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar for insights into the proposed amendments and the impact they will have on financial institutions and their customers.
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Katie Brightbill launched her career in regulatory compliance nearly two decades ago at a multi-state bank holding company. Katie went on to become an examiner for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago before returning to the bank side as the head of Compliance and CRA for a community bank. Currently Katie is a consultant who focuses on regulatory compliance for financial institutions. Katie is passionate about consumer protection and is a subject matter expert in all areas relating to consumer compliance for financial institutions.